This tape is, essentially, a strip of glue in tape form.
As an ATG Tape, it is "reverse wound" and designed to be applied with a Model 700 adhesive applicator gun; see below for more details.
The liner is removed when the tape is applied, leaving the adhesive in place.
The adhesive strip is relatively thin, and is tacky on both sides - one side adheres to applied surface, the other side is immediately ready to join a second surface.
Use on nearly any surface — metal, glass, wood, paper, foils, films, fabrics, painted items, foam, and many plastics.
Tape 924 is a great "go to" general purpose, medium-high strength, adhesive transfer tape
• Joins, holds, bonds, laminates, seals
• Densified tan kraft paper liner supports the tape on the roll
• Scotch® ATG 924 offers good adhesion, good solvent resistance, and excellent UV resistance
• Adhesive type 400 - high tack, medium-firm, clear, acrylic pressure sensitive adhesive
• Adhesive 400 features a balance of good initial adhesion (quick stick) and good holding (shear) power
• Bond strength is dependent upon the amount of adhesive-to-surface contact; firm application pressure helps improve bond strength
ATG 924 is near the lower end of adhesive strength within the ATG family of tapes, with 976, 969, and 926 being stronger - in that order
• The comparable standard 3M ATT Adhesive Transfer Tape is 3M 465 tape
ATG Tape Systems —ATG tapes are a reverse wound version of standard 3M ATT Adhesive Transfer Tapes and Double Coated Tapes.
They must be applied with an ATG hand-held Adhesive Applicator (MMM 06505 [ATG 700 Gun]) — which leaves a neat strip of pressure sensitive adhesive.
The ATG tape system delivers a controlled application of the adhesive, while the liner rewinds into the ATG applicator.
It bonds on contact, and works on a variety of substrate combinations.
The ATG tape system is versatile, convenient, quick and easy to use.
There is no mess or clean up.
It is a cost effective replacement to rivets, staples, screws, bolts, liquid adhesives.
Safer than hot melt adhesives.
Ideal tape application temperature range is 70°F to 100°F (21°C to 38°C).
Initial tape application to surfaces at temperatures below 50°F (10°C) is not recommended because the adhesive becomes too firm to adhere readily. However, once properly
applied, low temperature holding is generally satisfactory.